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Rebuilding Lives After the Marawi Siege

Australia recognises the importance of recovery assistance for families and communities displaced by the Marawi Siege. We work with partners to provide ongoing support – from humanitarian relief to long-term recovery and development.

Since 2017, the Australian Government and Community and Family Services International (CFSI) have been working together to improve the quality of life and contribute to peace-building in Mindanao by providing livelihood, protection, and psychosocial support for 6,500 households affected by the Marawi Siege.

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